Belen Rodriguez has raised a lot of controversy for returning to work so soon after giving birth. The woman, in fact, also felt ill once she arrived in the studio of “Tu si que vales” and most of the public did not like her lack of attention. To defend it, however, Maurizio Costanzo has arrived in these hours.
Luna Marì was born there last July 12 and a few days after his arrival Belen Rodriguez she went back to work, to record the first bets of the new edition of You yes que vales. The program, which will air at September in the early evening of Channel 5, it was not easy to carry on for the showgirl which, in fact, she felt bad and had to be carried away in a wheelchair.
Today the new mother she is fine and enjoying her new family ad Sapling but his decision it made her nose turn up a lot.
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In these hours, so, a reader of Nuovo, a weekly for which Maurizio Costanzo cure one television directory for years now, she asked her husband of the De Filippi what do you think of this choice and he, without too many words, has defended the beautiful showgirl!
Belen: Maurizio Costanzo on his side
For some time now Belen Rodriguez deals with the management of You yes que vales and so, after the first few days spent at home with the baby Luna Marì, the woman immediately went back to recording the episodes of the program. His choice, however, was really criticized.
“I believe this attachment at work by Belen Rodriguez can hide a certain inability to take a break … Maybe he was afraid that someone might take advantage of it … “
he pointed out a reader again, in a message sent to Maurizio Costanzo who, however, immediately defended the showgirl.
“I don’t think it’s right to judge Belen Rodriguez for the choice of get back on track a few days after giving birth … Also because she lights on him always has a regardless … “
explained the man, however advising the model to always be prudent! What do you think of his words?
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